Topic: agile

TPG Capital acquires CollabNet VersionOne to drive value stream management plans

Private equity platform TPG Capital signed a definitive agreement to acquire CollabNet VersionOne, moving forward with its broader strategy to build a “leading, integrated, enterprise-focused DevOps platform company.” The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. According to a statement, TPG Capital and CollabNet will work to aggressively pursue acquisitions in strategic adjacencies that complement … continue reading

Is low-code/no-code conducive to CI/CD?

Organizations are maturing from Agile to DevOps and CI/CD with the goal of releasing higher quality software faster. However, the need for speed has not necessarily been reflected in a shift from hand-coding to low-code development. RELATED CONTENT: Legacy assets gain new life with low-code integrations “DevOps has always been focused on this hand-coding mentality,” said … continue reading

The Most Important Tool in DevOps: Value Stream Mapping

“We want to change the conversation about tooling in DevOps. Everyone is ‘doing’ DevOps, but only a handful are getting the value they expected. Why? They’re using the wrong tools or applying tools in the wrong ways. The solution is to apply the right tools at the right times, and for the right reasons,” said … continue reading

Tasktop Illuminates the Value Stream

Software delivery teams are delivering software faster with the help of Agile and DevOps, but are they delivering value faster? Although release frequency is increasing, most teams lack the visibility across the product lifecycle – and the associated toolchain – to help identify the obstacles to value stream flow. “Value stream management is not just … continue reading

Agile and open source can complement each other

Despite the growing popularity of both Agile development and open-source practices, it’s not often that they come up in the same conversation. When these two concepts do intersect, it’s often to highlight the contradicting viewpoints that these two models supposedly represent. While there are core differences, Agile doesn’t have to be the enemy of open … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CollabNet VersionOne announces new Agile and DevOps capabilities, Twilio SIGNAL, and Accusoft announces new integration

Enterprise value stream management provider CollabNet VersionOne has announced new updates to VersionOne for Agile management, Continuum for DevOps and its VS Solution. According to the company, the new updates aim to expand its support for Agile at scale and Agile frameworks as well as simplify Agile planning and management. “High performing software organizations are … continue reading

Becoming Agile in the knowledge economy

How do organizations effectively identify, plan and sequence work across the whole enterprise and across product portfolios, especially in the knowledge economy and new way of working? And how do you then have proper management and governance of that? These questions are top of mind in an Agile world and questions Rally Software from Broadcom … continue reading

Modernize mainframe apps through Agile

Agile software development is well understood, and the benefits are clear. In the world of software development for mainframes, the benefits are there but there has been some resistance to adopting Agile practices. RELATED CONTENT:  The new age of Agile: Evolving from teams to the entire business  Enabling Agile on the enterprise mainframe “There’s not … continue reading

The new age of Agile: Evolving from teams to the entire business

In his book, From Project to Product, author Mik Kersten describes how business leaders are ill-equipped to solve the problems posed by digital transformation. He points to the 2018 report, Corporate Longevity Forecast, which issues a “… gale force warning to leaders: at the current churn rate, about half of S&P 500 companies will be … continue reading

SKIL: A framework for humans, not the machines of DevOps

The SKIL Framework created by the DevOps Institute focuses on a holistic approach to the human aspect of advancing DevOps rather than the machines involved in it. The DevOps Institute aims to connect people in the DevOps community and provide networking and educational opportunities.  “We really feel very strongly that while automation is obviously a … continue reading

3 ways Agile practices help developers work with marketers

The gospel of Agile is certainly nothing new to developers, who have been employing it for decades at this point, and have seen its benefits. One of the most interesting developments is the amount of cross-communication that is starting to occur between marketing teams and developers. Marketers are needing to learn more skills that developers … continue reading

Six steps for making a successful transition to a cloud-native architecture

Cloud native has become one of the biggest trends in the software industry. It has already changed the way we think about developing, deploying and operating software products. The cloud-native paradigm for application development has come to consist of microservices architecture, containerized services, orchestration and distributed management. Organizations across every industry want to remain competitive, … continue reading

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